Ashiqul Islam Dip

Ashiqul Islam Dip
Community of Physics · Division of Research

Master of Science

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Introduction
Ashiqul Islam Dip's research interest includes cylindrically symmetric spacetimes, cosmic strings, gravitational waves, and formal aspects of general relativity. He studies the geodesic motion around cosmic strings and the gravitational radiation generated from such motions. As part of his doctoral works, he studies the Hamilton-Jacobi theory for general relativity. His interests also include the behaviour of classical fluid under the influence of strong gravitational fields.​
Additional affiliations
August 2017 - present
North Carolina State University
Position
  • Research Assistant
December 2013 - June 2016
Community of Physics
Position
  • Director General
Description
  • In 2013, Ashiqul Islam Dip co-founded the Community of Physics to promote physics education and research. He has served as the Director General of the institute for three years.
Education
August 2017 - May 2022
North Carolina State University
Field of study
  • Gravitational Physics
January 2016 - May 2017
University of Dhaka
Field of study
  • Physics
January 2011 - November 2015
University of Dhaka
Field of study
  • Physics

Publications

Publications (2)
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Cylindrically symmetric vacuum spacetimes are of immense interest in theoretical physics due to its connection to cosmic strings hypothesized in quantum field theory. In this article, we explore the properties of such spacetime and provide the complete solution to the time- and light-like geodesics in it using Hamilton-Jacobi formalism. In addition...
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We have investigated the difference in persistence between male and female students while taking undergraduate physics courses. To quantify the persistence of a certain group of students, we have defined ‘persistence index’ as the inverse of the decrease rate of the number of that group of students while taking a specific course. We have collected...

Questions

Questions (4)
Question
I'm trying to solve an important functional differential equation. But the problem is, it involves functional (variational) derivative, instead of partial ones. Can anyone suggest me a book where it is discussed? Any kind of material related to it may help.
Question
For my research project, I am looking for an analytical solution of the following recurrence relation,
(k+3)Ck+(2k+5)(a)Ck+1+(k+2)(a2+b2)Ck+2=0
subject to the initial conditions,
C0=1
C1=-3a/(a2+b2)
Is there any way to solve it analytically? Can you suggest a book on solving this kind of recurrence equations?
Question
Spiraling compact binaries can have spin degree of freedom. They can spin about their own axis. Does that produce any detectable signature in gravitational wave of the merger? What is the current status of theoretical researches on the topic? Please, suggest me some good and important analytical or numerical works (articles) on it.
Question
I want to simulate the event of the compact binary coalescence for binary black holes. I also want to generate the waveform pattern of the corresponding gravitational wave. Which programming language will be the most efficient and convenient for this purpose? 

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Project
We investigate the difference in persistence between male and female students while taking a physics course.